• Mrs. Habtu
    Name: 
    Email: Abrahatzion.Habtu@slps.org
     
    Room Number(s): Main office
     
    Building Phone:
    (314)457-0582 
     
     
     
     
    Click the link above to message me directly.  
     
    Social worker Message:

    Welcome to Carnahan High School of the Future. As a School Social worker I provide a link between home, school and the community. As a member of the educational team at Carnahan I promote and support our scholars with their social-emotional needs and their academics successes.

     

    The District's hotline for general questions is 314-437-8430.

    The District’s direct hotline for students and parents requiring social and emotional support is: 314-345-6900 or studentservices@slps.org.

    Preparation for returning to school


    WHERE TO TURN FOR HELP: 

    • The United Way of Greater Missouri (UW) has put together a resource page for families who need assistance with utilities, meals, senior services, and much more. You may also call 211 to connect with UW.
    • Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services COVID Line (general questions about COVID not specific to STL): 877-435-8411
    • Stray Rescue is opening its doors as a pet food pantry, providing a bag of pet food for anyone in need.
    • BJC is providing these Resources for Financial Assistance.
    • Legal Services of Eastern Missouri is available to assist with civil legal assistance. Their intake department is available from 8:30am to 5pm, M-F, at 314-534-4200 or toll-free, 800-444-0514. An online application is also avaialble 24/7: www.lsem.org/get-help-now.

    CHILD WELLBEING:

    MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES:

    • BHR (Behavioral Health Response) offers confidential telephone counseling to people in mental health crises, as well as mobile outreach services, community referral services and critical incident stress management: 314-469-6644, bhrstl.org

     

     
     
     
     
     
     
    Biography:
     
     I was born in Eritrea located  in East Africa.  Selam means “hello” in Tigrinya a language spoken in Eritrea. I immigrated to the United State at a young age. I am married and my husband Yemane and I are blessed with three wonderful children. I graduated from the University of Missouri-St. Louis in 2004 with a Masters in Social Work. I have been working for the St. Louis Public School since 1997. My hobbies are traveling, cooking, reading and spending time with my family and friends.